Monday, July 21, 2014

Author interview with Mary DeWeber - Their Tangled Hearts

Do you prefer ebooks, paperbacks or hardcover?
I like the feel of a paperback in my hands.

Where do you prefer to buy your books?

I love Books A Million . 

What books would you like to read again? Is there a particular movie that you preferred over the book version?
The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe by, C.S. Lewis

What book are you currently reading and in what format (ebook/paperback/hardcover)?

I am reading Fearless by, Eric Blehm, in paperback. It’s the story of Adam Brown, a Navy seal on Seal Team Six who died in active duty in Afghanistan.

Do you find yourself intrigued by the cover of a book enough to buy it? 


Do you ever write in your PJ’s?
Absolutely! Is there a more comfortable way?

What are your pet peeves? 
Oh…don’t get me started!
You are trapped on a tropical island - who would you like to be stranded with?
My husband Jeff of course!

Book Description

 June 10, 2014
Emma had spent the last five years learning to cope with tragedy. She should have known that Doc had something up his sleeve when he'd talked her into taking a cooking job at a Colorado cattle ranch. Cooking was the easy part. Working with disabled children was something she was decidedly not prepared for. Throw in a tall dark mountain of a man with a voice like warm velvet and she was completely over her head! It would take God to straighten out the tangled mess she had made of her life.

Book Review

5.0 out of 5 stars Moving and heartwarming story Review By Jean S.

'Their Tangled Hearts' is quite the surprising romantic novel that has intriguing backstory. It introduces us to Emma, a songwriter, whose tragic past continues to haunt her. Under false pretenses, her godfather 'Doc' set her up to work for a couple who runs a cattle ranch. Her life turns upside down when she meets Jake. Clearly, she’s not prepared to let someone into her life. She constantly struggles with herself as her heart slowly starts to open up. Still, she has to come into terms with her loss.
There is a level of complexity in Emma’s character that makes her very interesting and you can’t help but feel her pain, guilt, and frustration.

The story is well-written and structured in a way to keep the reader guessing on what’s to come next. As the story progresses, secrets are revealed and we begin to understand why certain things are the way they are. All the elements come together seamlessly, which makes for a heartwarming (and satisfying) conclusion.

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